Assembly elections are going on in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram. While voting has taken place in MP, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram, voting is still pending in Telangana and Rajasthan. Although these elections are not of Uttar Pradesh and their results do not affect the UP government, but it is not that there is no demand from the leaders of UP in these elections. In MP, where Samajwadi Party national president Akhilesh Yadav and Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati campaigned for their respective parties, there is huge demand for CM Yogi Adityanath’s public meetings.
Voting for Rajasthan Assembly elections is to be held on 25th November. For this, there is a huge demand for public meetings of CM Yogi on behalf of Bharatiya Janata Party in the state. Not only this, some special targets have been given to the CM so that BJP can change the customs in the state and regain power.
first we will talk CM Yogi’s target in Rajasthan, The main target of CM Yogi’s rallies are those assembly seats whose border is adjacent to UP or these seats are around the state. There is a huge demand for CM’s public meetings in the areas adjoining the UP border of Rajasthan. Apart from this, there is a demand for CM Yogi’s rallies to give a Hindutva face. There is a demand for CM Yogi even in the seats where Indian National Congress has fielded Muslim candidates.
Along with this, CM Yogi is also holding rallies on those seats where big BJP leaders are contesting elections. Apart from this, CM Yogi is also holding rallies in the assembly constituencies where there is tough competition or rebels can overpower BJP.
Now let’s talk about the strike rate of CM Yogi’s election rallies. That is, how many rallies did he hold in which state and how many seats did BJP win among them.
In the 2017 assembly elections in Gujarat, CM Yogi held rallies on 35 seats and won 20. That means the CM’s strike rate here was 57%. In the 2018 assembly elections in Tripura, CM campaigned on 9 seats and won on 8. Here BJP won 89% of the seats in CM Yogi’s rallies. In the 2018 assembly elections in Karnataka, CM Yogi rallied on 33 seats and won on 17. Here BJP won 52% of the seats where CM rallies took place. If we talk about the 2018 assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, at that time CM Yogi held rallies on 15 seats and won 10. According to this, BJP won 67% of the seats where CM held public meetings.
In the 2019 elections in Maharashtra, the CM campaigned on 12 assembly seats and won 7. Here the strike rate of CM was 58%. Along with this, in the 2020 elections in Bihar, the CM held rallies on 19 seats and won 13. Here, BJP won 68% of the total seats where CM Yogi held rallies. Strike CM achieved 100% strike rate by campaigning on 1 seat in the 2022 assembly elections in Uttarakhand and winning it.
In the same year, in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, the CM campaigned on 181 seats and won 121. Here the CM’s strike rate was 67 percent. If we talk about the 2022 assembly elections in Gujarat, this year the CM held rallies on 13 less seats as compared to the year 2017. CM campaigned on 22 seats in the 2022 assembly elections and won 15. CM’s strike rate in this election was 68%. This year, in the Tripura assembly elections, the CM campaigned on 6 seats and achieved 100% strike rate.